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Video | South Florida LGBT community leaders speak for Our Fund, the new philanthropy group

Featured in a new video for Our Fund, the Fort Lauderdale-based LGBT philanthropy group:

From Our Fund CEO/President Anthony Timiraos:

PrintOur Fund is dedicated to increase charitable giving while building a strong endowment for tomorrow.  We have been working with local non-profit leaders to connect and strengthen LGBT organizations by introducing their donors and friends to various gift planning options that can be implemented in their estate or their lifetime.  Our strategy is to build relationships with individuals, families, attorneys and estate and financial planners to design gift plans tailored to meet diverse economic situations, maximizing the benefit donors receive from the contributions as well as the impact of their philanthropic dollars.
 
During the upcoming holiday season, be sure to reach out and support local non-profit organizations that provide services to the LGBT community.  It is time to take responsibility for the future of our community - we now have that opportunity through your estate plans or in your lifetime.  Be a philanthropist, make the connection.

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